Last week we celebrated 13 years of speaking up with our New York City community. It was an extra special evening for us as our first in-person event since early 2020. Thanks to our corporate sponsors and donors, we raised over $500,000 last night — that’s thousands more girls coming into their power. You helped …

Based on our many years of running programs and countless conversations with girls, parents, caregivers, and educators, we know that our work is impactful, yet we’re always so deeply moved to hear how our programs and tools help people make positive change in their lives. We recently had an opportunity to chat with Anna Seabolt, …

Parents and caregivers are coming to Girls Leadership asking for support as the impact of a two years of increased isolation, dependence on technology, stress, and anxiety emerge. This heightened level of stress and anxiety is why we are taking 75 minutes on Monday, April 11, in our Raising Resilient Girls webinar to pause, take …

We know from our Ready to Lead report that Black and Latinx girls are the most likely to self-identify as leaders, practice leadership skills, and aspire to leadership compared to girls of other races. Our research also found that racial and gender bias specifically from teachers hinders the leadership of Black and Latinx girls, while …

We know from our Ready to Lead report that Black and Latinx girls are the most likely to self-identify as leaders, practice leadership skills, and aspire to leadership compared to girls of other races. Our research also found that racial and gender bias specifically from teachers hinders the leadership of Black and Latinx girls, while …